Kids After School

Video Game Program

Coding is a must have skill for kids going into the future. Learning to code is fun and packed with problem solving, math, logic and creativity. Game Gen believes the best way to teach a student coding is by having them program games they love.

We will teach your kids to make amazing things.
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We Don't Play Games. We Make Them!
  • Kids ages 8-12 attend weekly 2 hour classes at our studios.
  • They gain confidence in coding, math and art.
  • Students learn real skills by building real video games.
  • Kids will love it so much they won't want to go home.
The Experience

Game Gen is a productive environment that young learners can thrive in.

  • Amazing teachers who really care and treat each student as a member of the team.
  • Awesome curriculum for kids to learn beginning and advanced techniques.
  • Year round and flexible class times. Use our easy online app to book classes anytime.
  • Kids can stay productive at home. They have unlimited access to our lessons online.
  • We work hard! Our students have published over 1000 games and apps.
Student Showcase

The above video showcases just some of our students huge body of work. Our program focuses on several key things with our kid students:

  • Build fundamentals skills in coding and technology critical to students future success.
  • Create an online portfolio of original games and ideas.
  • Exposure to all areas of game production. They also learn game design, art, sound, music, visual fx, marketing and publishing.
  • Learn math way beyond their grade.
  • Master keyboarding and computer skills.

Student Portfolios

Our students make amazing games! Their creations have been played and enjoyed by thousands of people worldwide!

Squid Squad
River Fishing
Dragon Block

Grab a computer and head on over to our student's portfolios at On it you will find 1000's of games created by our students, big and small. Prepare to be blown away!

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